We will be adding to this list daily, as we hear about them and confirm they are still going. But many dogging spots when they are new are kept secret to keep them from getting ruined by the police or the council.

Fife Collections Centre hold the records of Fife Council and its predecessors, the records of many Fife burghs, those of the Glenrothes Development Corporation and the Rothes estate papers. For advice on what records are available and where they can be consulted, contact the archivist.

The catalogue can be searched on the Fife Council website (select A in the A-Z list, then Archives enquiries).

Even though Christianity is the largest religious group in Scotland, there are various other religions being practiced, each with their own history and connection to Scotland.

Christianity not only has the largest following in Scotland but is also one of the oldest, with its presence here dating as far back as the second century.

It is a comprehensive guide to the records in all the Fife repositories including the Council Archive Centre (although the records it lists as being held at Fife House, Kirkcaldy Town House and ASDARC in Cardenden are all now held at the Council Archive Centre).

As in any country, religion forms a vital part of the culture in Scotland.Join our dogging community here now, we have thousands and thousands of other doggers waiting to meet you. If you know of any not listed then then please send them to me on twitter https://twitter.com/doggingwife to feature.But you are of course welcome just to turn up and take the risk of of a meeting or disappointment. Equally if you know that a dogging spot has closed then also then please send them to me on twitter https://twitter.com/doggingwife to feature.The Church of Scotland has played a vital role in the promotion of tolerance and has much influence on the country’s culture.Other denominations include the Roman Catholic Church, Presbyterians, Pentecostals, Baptists and Episcopalians, along with Methodists, The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints, Jehovah’s Witnesses and Congregationalists.Over the years, as immigrants and travelers began to arrive on the shores of the country, different religions were established.